Re: Was altering Kurn's memory "Kahlessian"?
Dal Rassak wrote:
But most uniformed organizations have really strict regulations about jewellery, without distinctions between what's mere fashion and what can be deemed "cultural".
That's not really the case. You could be restricted from wearing rings for decoration and fashion, but this would not apply to a wedding band. Because a wedding band isn't a piece of jewelry, it's a symbol.
It's the same with religious symbols, you can be restricted from necklaces, but if there is a religious pendant on a necklace that's different, because it ceases to be merely jewelry, it's a symbol. For safety reasons (in limited situations) you might be require to tuck it inside your clothing or remove it for the duration of the safety concern.
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